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HIV no longer detected in the patient’s body after Stem Cell transplantation

Professor George Griffin, President of FEAM, commented the recent Nature paper release describing the effect of Stem Cell transplantation on HIV infection: https://www.bbc.com/news/health-47421855

“This report is very important in understanding the basic and clinical pathophysiology of HIV infection. Clearly bone marrow transplantation is not the major therapeutic aim particularly given the efficiency of antiretroviral therapy. However, as techniques for bone marrow transplantation advance, such therapy may become more easily viable”











Source: BBC News website

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